CAMP FREDDY Guitarist Releases 'A Life Less Ordinary' Pilot Intro

CAMP FREDDY guitarist/CIRCUS DIABLO frontman Billy Morrison has issued the following update:

"I worked on a project last year with director Q Des Chambres called 'A Life Less Ordinary'. The idea was to tell my story but have the visuals look a certain way — to really have a piece that looked cool, and was NOT reality TV — more Sundance Film Festival than 'Breaking Bonaduce'! We didnt think about the end result, but just shot everything — from CAMP FREDDY to CIRCUS DIABLO, interviews with my friends, location stuff downtown etc. We still dont know what we want to do with it, but one of the things I am working on is to have it on Morrison TV as original content. To actually present a television show on YouTube, in instalments, released periodically. This presents a few problems, not least that making this stuff costs money! That's why people usually sell the shit to TV!!!! But before we even go there, let's cast aside the fact that money is involved ('cos I fucking HATE that side of things!!) and let's just see what happens if we put up a few clips. Here's the intro of the pilot — enjoy. I will put up some more footage from 'A Life Less Ordinary' in a week or so. Keep your eyes on Morrison TV, courtesy of"


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